byHaney, James Parton, 1869-; International congress for art education, drawing and art applied to industry (3d : 1908 : London)
Haney, J. P. The development of art education in the public schools.--Scott, C. A. The philosophy of elementary art education.--Barnes, E. Childstudy in relation to elementary art education.--Cremins, Julia C. Organization of art teaching in the elementary schools.--Boone, C. L. Art education in the elemantary schools.--Carter, C. M. Art education in the highschools.--Hopkins, J. F. Art education in the evening schools.--Magee, Harriet C. Art education in normal schools.--Woodward, W. Art... Topic: Art -- Study and teaching United States
In this study, I examine why the subject of art has been marginalized in the public schools. I also suggest a way to remedy the situation. My analysis concerning why art has been marginalized comes from an integration of insights from three discourses: feminism, postmodernism, and the perspective implied by the literature of the recovery community. Writers in all three discourses suggest that the world view of the dominant culture is based on a separation between self and other and between... Topic: Art -- Study and teaching -- United States.